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How to recover deleted files from Velocity Micro Edge Z55 deleted partition

22 July, 2014: Velocity Micro hasn't updated its desktops' exterior design in years, but I can't say there's anything particularly wrong with it. The square angles and vented front panel might seem plain-looking, but I'd take Velocity's unobtrusive design over the more garish gaming desktops out there any day.

If this system has one quirk it's that it's noisy. Each of the two graphics cards has its own fan, with a third, standalone fan mounted above them for added airflow. The liquid cooling apparatus attached to the CPU also has a particularly noisy fan. The Edge Z55's full-tower chassis precludes it from fitting into your living room, but if you had any other concerns about its space-appropriateness, be sure to factor in its loud operating noise. As with most Core i7-2000K-series CPUs, the quad-core 2700K in the Edge Z55 can reliably hit overclocking frequencies approaching 5GHz. That puts it on par with the Digital Storm's Core i7-2600K, and you'll notice that both systems have noticeably higher clock speeds than the more expensive Falcon Northwest Mach V . The Mach V comes with Intel's 3930K CPU, a six-core chip that offers 12 total processing threads via Hyper-Threading.

Use "Undelete" to recover deleted files from Velocity Micro Edge Z55 deleted partition

Use "Unformat" to recover raw file after format Velocity Micro Edge Z55 deleted partition

Use "Recover partition" to recover files if Velocity Micro Edge Z55 deleted partition

Use "Full Scan" to recover lost files Velocity Micro Edge Z55 if partitions show as "raw" or recover files which can not be found with "undelete"and "unformat" and "recover partition".

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